The Fellowship of the Truth

74:21 minutes (14.51 MB)

The Fellowship of the Truth
(2 Corinthians 13:8) For we can do nothing against the truth, but for the truth.
I. fellowship: Partnership; membership of a society. Participation, sharing (in an action, condition, etc.); 'something in common', community of interest, sentiment, nature, etc.
II. Few things in Christian life can compare with the comfort, satisfaction and sense of belonging that we derive from fellowshipping with others with whom we have something in common.
A. We need the mutual support and company of others. 1CO 12:25-26.

Marriage, Divorce, Remarriage

49:01 minutes (9.64 MB)

Marriage, Divorce, Remarriage
I. The covenantal nature of marriage.
A. Two people are so bound as to be considered one. MAT 19:4-6.
B. No other is to be looked upon or thought upon as the object of marital love.
JOB 31:1 c/w GEN 20:16.
C. A spouse is deemed such by covenant or vow. MAL 2:14.
D. Husband and wife are bound together in marriage. ROM 7:1-3.
E. Marriage is a God-ordered contract, vow, or covenant between a man and a woman. Both
are bound by the law of God to be faithful to the contract and society is bound to respect that contract. EXO 20:14, 17; JOB 31:9-12.

The Reformation of the Kingdom of God (Part 5)

78:50 minutes (15.47 MB)

2 Peter 1:1

63:22 minutes (12.41 MB)

2 Peter 1:1
A. Peter is an apostle--one of the select disciples which would be the foundation of the church (EPH 2:20). But he considers himself first a servant.
1. No man is a good leader who himself does not know how to be a good servant to his
superior. MAT 8:8-10; 10:24-25.
2. Greatness embraces service. MAT 20:25-28.
3. The Lord's servant must have a compassionate eye towards the Lord's flock. 2TI 2:24-25.
4. But the Lord's servant must not compromise truth. GAL 1:10; 1PE 4:11.
B. Peter denounced “...cunningly devised fables...” (2PE 1:16). c/w 1TI 1:4; TIT 1:14.

The One True God, And Our Lord Jesus Christ

68:44 minutes (13.64 MB)

Taking Refuge In God's House

65:45 minutes (12.93 MB)

Taking Refuge in God’s House

I. Introduction
A. The Spirit of Christ which is in us by the grace of God is holy and longs for holiness and righteousness.
B. Yet we are surrounded by corruption in this world.
1. In ourselves
2. In our families
3. In schools
4. In governments
5. In churches
6. In nature
C. So we want to get away from it. But where in this world do we go?
D. Overview
1. God’s house is the gospel church.
2. The gospel church has a geographical location.
3. God governs this world with a special view to his church.
4. Our proper view of God’s house.

Man of Sorrows

Matthew 26:36-40
(36) Then cometh Jesus with them unto a place called Gethsemane, and saith unto the disciples, Sit ye here, while I go and pray yonder.
(37) And he took with him Peter and the two sons of Zebedee, and began to be sorrowful and very heavy.
(38) Then saith he unto them, My soul is exceeding sorrowful, even unto death: tarry ye here, and watch with me.
(39) And he went a little further, and fell on his face, and prayed, saying, O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me: nevertheless not as I will, but as thou wilt.

Dead In Trespasses And Sins

65:31 minutes (12.57 MB)

Man of Sorrows

69:53 minutes (13.74 MB)

Tips for Witnessing to a Cultist

81:18 minutes (15.89 MB)

Tips For Witnessing to a Cultist
I. This study should help you to engage someone involved in a cult.
A. The label “cult” can be misleading. Sometimes what are considered the earmarks of a cult
can also apply to mainstream religion.
B. Keep in mind that, to an ignorant and unbelieving world, the way of righteousness is a
heretical cult. ACT 24:5, 14.
C. For this study's purposes, “cult” refers to pseudo-Christian groups which use Christian
terminology but twist the definitions and which commonly have one or more of the following attributes: